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this and continue with the golf course. you gave us several authority to go ahead and authorize the beginning of the work. where do we leave the water? if the policy decision to go ahead was made and our decision to go ahead and have the recycle plant in place, do you have the date of that? >> recreation took the matter under consideration in 2009. >> i could not find the basic business terms. >> the basic business terms through a variety of funding sources, the north coast -- north coast county is delivering water to certain neighborhoods in addition to sharp park. you will assign the responsibility to rec and park for the mitigation measures that are contained in the agreement that we signed with north coast. the recreation and parks department, they would be paying the north coast county water district lowered costs compared to the capital component for that. >> recreation and parks is find the water not from us but from north coast? >> they pay a charge for existing water. they would basically be paying the constant and a charge for the water that is being generated. >> we are basically n
requests from u.s. legal authorities. >> telekom is in trouble again. several chief executives are under investigation for bribery allegations. investigators searched headquarters and private apartments for evidence. the alleged crimes took place abroad. >> a money trail has been identified at a foreign subsidiary, which gives rise to suspicion the money ended up in the pockets of officials and government employees in the country in question by at dummy countries and the may contract. -- and dummy contract. i cannot comment on the eventual result of our investigations. >> companies in the telekom group are alleged to have tried to squeeze competitors out of the market in 2005 to give it a group competitive advantage in macedonia. the allegation speak of payments totaling 30 million euros. telekom rejected the accusations in a written statement. >> the chairman of the board rejects the criminal allegations as false. we do not tolerate corruption in any area of the international company. >> the corruption investigation was instigated by the u.s. securities and exchange commission. >> brita
of instances, time ran out. indeed, the authors of several of these books used exactly those words to describe the problem -- they ran out of time at the end. well, this president, i believe, will succeed. but as he said yesterday, neither success nor failure is predetermined or guaranteed, but it isn't going to be because time ran out at the end. so that's a vast difference. i have a high opinion of the men and women who served in these tasks in the past. i know most of them personally, and i do not think you can attribute inability to achieve a result to their individual or collective failures. they are the product of the difficulty and what many regard as the intractability of the problems and issues. but we believe that there are dynamic changes that occur. there are the more obvious difficulties that lie ahead for both sides if they do not reach agreement that may be even more obvious than they were five or eight or 12 years ago. you have to remember that these leaders must weigh two things. they must weigh the difficulties they face in getting agreement and they must weigh the difficulti
launched commando-style raids on several sites, killing more than 165 people. now, this morning u.s. homeland security, janet napolitano, made clear that authorities are working to thwart similar strikes. >> we don't want to imperil anybody who is a source of intelligence, the many sources of intelligence that we have. but i will say that we're working constantly to make sure the american people are safe and that includes plots against so-called soft targets. >> reporter: the revelations may be linked yesterday to the evacuation of the eiffel tower because of the second bomb scare there in two weeks. the suspect who was arrested in custody, the german terrorist suspect, is reportedly linked to a pakistani-based al qaeda group that's been the target of at least 20 u.s. drone strikes this month. reporting live from washington, d.c., allison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 7:16. well, book signing events for former president jimmy carter have been cancelled. this after doctors in cleveland recommended that he stay in the hospital for more observation. mr. carter works is 85, was rushed
. employees used the acid to make etchings into stone. >> authorities are not concerned aboutap explosion. but they are worried about the safety of crews inside. this acid can cause respiratory arrest and burn right through the skin to the bone. >> but we do have our medical director and ems personnel on site here to actually manage any medical crisis should it occur as a result of this spill. >> hazmat specialists use a base to neutralize the acid; meanwhile, investigators are still trying to figure out what caused such a massive spill. >> reporter: private contractors will come in and remove the substance. despite all of the potential danger we saw today, no one was injured. we're live in southwest baltimore, weijia jiang, wjz eyewitness news. >> okay, weijia, thank you. the other businesses that were evacuated include a small recording studio, a hardware warehouse, and a countertop manufacturer. >>> tonight, there are more casualties from a devastating barn fire just over the maryland border. mary is in the newsroom with the latest. >> the number reported dead in the charlestown fire h
an investigation in the u.s.. this comes after the commission filed several fraud charges against goldman sacks for misleading buyers back in 2007. goldman settled those charges mid july by agreeing to pay $550 million the largest penalty in fcc's history. >> president barack obama is urging the florida minister to call off his plan to burn copies of the grand this weekend. the president calls this move a recruitment bonanza for all canada. meantime the minister is willing to rethink the act if the white house state department and pentagon call him. here is video of a service in gainesville yesterday. people want the world to know they are against the preacher jerry jones and his plan to burn the koran. he says he is doing this to mark the ninth anniversary of the 911 attacks. u.s. embassies are being warned to look out for antique american violence. >> 6:12 a.m. back with more headlines in a moment. live pictures out of florida's kennedy space center discovery on its way to uncover and get prepared for its november left off date. it was supposed to make that trip yesterday but they had a water
use authorization and the overall entitlement window of the project. looking holistic play at the. that was submitted in 2001 with the application, it took several years to go to the planning commission. that was 2005. several years to get the variance decision approved. the following year, the notice of special restriction was recorded, 2008. that could have been recorded any time after the variance was granted in february, 2007. it seems it could have been recorded sooner, but it was not. it was recorded in early 2008, when the department approved the project. the department has worked with the project sponsor this whole time through. it is not as if they got their conditional use authorization back in 2005, never submitted a building permit, never did any work with the department, never tried to obtain authorization, just came in one day four years later and said here is the building permit. that is not what happened in this case. i think this is a unique circumstance because of the fact there has been an extensive amount of time devoted between all the parties to come to a res
-american radicals. >>> a new report from the former heads of the 9/11 commission says u.s. authorities have not done enough to address the threat of homegrown terrorism. it urged new systems be put in place to counter radicalization. kim lawton reports that several leading u.s. muslim groups are already trying to confront these concerns with new efforts to pro-vent extremism from taking hold in their communities. >> reporter: it's late afternoon in manassas, virginia, not far outside washington, dc, and at the dar al noor mosque they're getting ready for a good all-american barbeque. the picnic is part of a new national initiative from the muslim american society called "the straight path campaign." it's one of several new projects being launched by u.s. islamic groups in an effort to fight extremism within their community, particularly among young people. >> we want them to say to america and prove to america through their efforts that, you know, we're not terrorist suspects. we are america's brightest prospects. >> reporter: according to a new poll by the pew research center, americans hold confli
uvando used it to beat his girlfriend a 33-year-old. authorities say the man called several people after the alleged beating as he drove around with the body in the front seat. he eventually showed up at a coworker's apartment. the coworker called 911. then the man surrendered and confess, according to police. >>> after calls from politician and the public, pg&e has now posted maps showing the locations of the riskiest gas pipeline in the state. pipe segments get on the list based on four criteria. first, will there or has there been third party construction nearby? is there any pipe corrosion? has there been any land movement near the pipes, such as an earthquake? and finally, the pipe's age, design and what it's made of. the pg&e president christopher johns says these factors constantly affect the list. >> this list is in flux. some items will move up, some will move down the list. >> pg&e says the san bruno section of pipe that exploded was not on the top 100 list. when the utility finds out what caused the explosion, it might have to change the criteria. the maps on the website aren'
for several hours and were not able to find her but claudine wong now tells us authorities have now found her. she will have all the details coming up at 6:30. >>> also the chp wants to knowy a teenage girl jumped out of a moving car on a freeway. investigators think she may have jumped out after an argument with her boyfriend. the girl was treated for minor injuries then released to her parents. her boyfriend is in jail this morning, he is facing charges of resisting arrest. >> some homeless people say a mcdonalds is trying to get rid of them by eliminating its dollar menu. jade hernandez joins us now from san francisco with more on the story. >> reporter: good morning. a buck used to go a long way at mcdonalds. it used to get you a god size mcdouble. not anymore. we are live at this mock donald's in the height ashbury neighborhood, the only mcdonalds which has done away with its dollar menu. the sign says no trespassing, no lightering and a 30 minute time limit while consuming food, all rules could curb problems this particular mcdonalds has had with the homeless outside its doors, the chro
who blew the whistle on this stayed in the u.s. for several months while the investigation in the case wept to court. the guy with the note got $250,000 and the other three will split another $2 50,000. the chief engineer on the ship that ordered the hose to be hooked up has been banned for five years from working on any ship that comes into u.s. waters. roosevelt leftwich, abc2 news. >>> baltimore city firefighters are trying to determine what caused a fire that forced the family to jump to safety this morning. the fire broke out around 6:00 this morning in a single-family home near the intersection of northern parkway and falls road in north baltimore. officials say when crews arrived the home was fully involved, six people were inside at the time including a 57-year-old mother who jumped from an attic window. two of the girls said they also jumped from the window to get to safety. we could have made it to the pool but there's the -- the fire right there shooting at us. as we were jumping the windows were breaking and the fire was coming out of the windows. if we would have been on t
. the suspects were taken into custody when their flight landed in amsterdam. u.s. officials flagged dutch authorities after discovering suspicious items in one of the suspect's bags, which were mistakenly shipped to dulles airport. screeners found several cell phones and blackberries, one taped to a pepto-bismol bottle. and three other large knives were found. >>> officials from walter reed medical center are scheduled to meet with the nuclear regulatory commission. it's the first step in a prone of violations identified by nrc inspectors during a review at walter reid earlier this year. >>> agents from the food and drug administration visited two iowa farms at the center of the salmonella outbreak. the fda and justice department confirmed that agents visited the farms but would not elaborate. it's unclear whether this new investigation is the first step in a criminal probe. fda officials say the farms violated new egg rules which took effect this summer. >>> on friday, maryland voters will be able to cast a ballot before election day. it's the first time in history that maryland has al
at tulane university, and author of several books. gentlemen, thank you so much for joining us. mark, is there a tendency in the black community to elevate church leaders to the level of superstars? >> oh, absolutely. we've seen that since the very beginning of black people's journey here in america. for a long time preachers are one of the few people who access to education, one of the few people who could exercise true leadership. not just black religious life, but black cultural and political life. before we had presidents and senators, we had celebrity preachers. we continue to sort of raise them up now. >> shane lee, is that necessarily a bad thing? >> it depends. it can be good, because i think competition and having people, ministers learn from each other and prove their messages and ministries, technologies, the ways of meeting the needs and tastes of people, i think that's a good thing. but when you build the spiritual empire, it creates new pragmatic realities that you have to deal with, and that means generating large sums of money, causing to take short cuts, or causing y
the authorization of several important small business administration programs which are key to supporting businesses across the country. able to get a loan, secure a contract, and receive expert technical assistance. the f.d.a. is unique in that many of its programs work through resource partners. these partners include training centers and community banks, essential to the delivery of the agency's services, to the small business community. through this public private network, entrepreneurs are able to gain access with the knowledge that they stand behind the tools and services. this combination is a powerful one for small businesses and the reason why we need to extend the agency. in the house we have passed 14 bills since the beginning of the 111th congress. however, because we have not considered work on these matters with the senate, we must extend the s.b.a.'s program. this legislation will make certain that the s.b.a. keeps operating. we cannot afford the services so lapse just as our recovery is getting off the ground. i urge my colleagues to vote yes and reserve the balance of my time. the s
by john nichols, the washington correspondent for "the nation" magazine, author of several books. he maintains the blog thebeatatthenation.com. john, tell us what's hapning in wisconsin. actually, now seen as a bellwether, russ feingold really has not been in danger before except when he first ran for senate. >> well, what's going on in wisconsin is what's really going on in most of the upper midwest. that is that while we haven't necessarily hit quite as high unemployment rates as some other parts of the country, the upper midwest has suffered from really severe deindustrializatio we have lost a lot of our best jobs in states like wisconsin, minnesota, illinois, indiana, ohio, michigan. so there's a great deal of discomfort. and that has ricochetted hard against the democrats. there's simply no question that president obama came to milwaukee on monday, labor day, because he thinks that this is really one of the places where the 2010 election cycle will be decided. obama was in milwaukee just two weeks ago. so he's going to make it just a regular stop. the problem or the great challe
,000 in bail. the family hopes to return to the u.s. if sooner to get treatment for a severe medical treatment. >>> metrobus the elevator and escalator problems have been widely reported. but that was combined with the communications meltdown that created a potentially dangerous situation last night. it happened during the heat of the evening rush in wheaton. courtney robinson is live on the scene with what went wrong and if everything is fixed. >> everything is back to normal. wheaton station is back open. but the red line once again is under scrutiny because of the major miscommunication. a failure that could lead to serious injuries. >> that is what happens with the metro. >> it seems like one thing after another for this passenger. this time a mistake by the transit agency could have turned dangerous. >> we got on the escalators to go up and they started shouting at us to get off and go back on the train. >> the escalator was electrified. with all elevators out of service, the agency said down wheaton station. the train operator did not know the station was closed, neither did 50 passenger
in amsterdam, on a flight from detroit. they are natives of yemen. tonight. several items in their checked bags, raiseddred flags for authorities. including mobile phones, taped together. %-pepto bismol.o a bottle of knife ann box cutter. today u.s. law enforcement3 officials say the men were most likely not planning a terrorist attack. and did not knnw each other. >> he is a good guy. whatever. never believe he would do รบ% charges not filed agaanst the >> small plane just missesands. several cars while making an emergency landing in florida. witnesses say the plane veered into the shoulder of a highway, before hitting some trees, on i-10 in jacksonville. plane lost power shortly after takkoff. airport and reelized it was too late and used the highway instead. two men escaped serioos injury. >> car lovers, one car manufacturer is offering the ultimate upgrade. >> general motors is lettinn customers build their own engine. the option is onny being offered on the 2011 corvette zr 1. radio host todd schmidt was the first to try it. >> feels great. and like i am a lottery winner, because i am a r
's. >>> storms spawned several tornadoes. one chch touched down on dallas. a store authority caught on it tape. one person was injured and several businesses were badly damaged by the tornadoes. >> that was a mess. it really packed a wallop. >> they're talking about the tornadoes. they had tornado watches up. this is typical. any time you see a landfalling tropical system, you're bound to get tornadoes. we need a tropical system here. we really do need rain. and hermine, coming our way. >> hopefully it will slow down. >> exactly. i'm not trying to scare you. the remnants of hermine. when i say that, it is some moisture coming out. gulf of mexico with hermine that will make its way in. by the time it gets here, it won't have a whole lot left. outside, we've seen a lot of sunshine and really, a nice day. temperaturewise, we're sitting at 80 degrees with mostly sunny skies. the heat index around 78. the dew point at 44 degrees. right now, the humidity at 28%. the winds are gusting 25 to 30. a very breezy day. almost fall-like especially when you consider yesterday we were sitting at 96. 79 degree
trail. there were several people who may have been used their -- paid bribes to get out of the tickets and if you did that, you are guilty of a crime and they say they are going to come after you. >> wow! okay. we'll keep an eye on this one. mike sugerman, thanks. >>> well, if you have to pay a traffic ticket in palo alto, you might want to join bling nation. sounds fancy but thuy vu found out it's a simple stick their gives your cell phone the power of cash. -- a simple sticker that gives your cell phone the power of cash. >> reporter: bling a high-tech innovation for old-time transactions at palo alto city hall. you don't need cash, checks or credit cards to pay for things like utility bills and parking tickets. with a phone and this sticker containing a microchip, the payment is taken straight from your paypal account. >> just an easier way for people to pay their bills. i have used it myself and it seems relatively easy to do and to understand. >> reporter: just about everyone carries a cell phone these days. bling turns it into a mobile money machine. all you need is a bling patch
is a professor at tulane university and the author of several books examining american religion and culture. gentlemen, thank you so much for joining us. is there a tendency in the black community to elevate church leaders to the level of superstars? >> absolutely. we've seen that since the very beginning of black people's journey here in america. for a long time preachers are one of the few people who had access to education and could exercise true leadership and for so long the black church has been a center piece of not just black religious life but black cultural and political life. preachers are superstars. before we had presidents and senators we had celebrity preachers and we continue to sort of raise them up now. >> so, shane lee, is that necessarily bad? >> it depends. it can be good because i think competition and having ministers learn from each other and improve their messages, ministries, technologies, their ways of meeting needs and tastes of people, i think that's a good thing. but when you build a spiritual empire it creates new pragmatic realities you have to deal with and
. authorities say it will be weeks before they're actually ready to use it, but the capsule itself has become a new symbol of hope. >>> and it's still unclear if white house chief of staff rahm emanuel will leave his post in the obama administration to run for mayor of chicago. but if he does, he may have to do it without a potentially powerful political ally. illinois democratic senator dick durbin declined to endorse emanuel on cnn's "state of the union" today. >>> and we always love this time, too, because it's the "chatroom" when jacqui jeras and i get a chance to have a little sofa time. talk about the stuff that's off radar, sometimes on radar. hodgepodge. >> a little controversial on a couple of them today. >> beginning with? >> well, this one's not controversial. this one i permanently think is fantastic is nickelodeon, the network, as you know, went dark yesterday for three hours. >> yeah. >> yeah. and they did this because they wanted to promote getting children outside and playing. it was worldwide day of play. >> was it made really clear to people, or would people turn it off if t
of several of these books used exactly those words to describe it -- they ran out of time in the end. this president, i believe, will succeed. as he said yesterday, neither success or failure is predetermined or guaranteed. but it will not be because time ran out at the end. that is a vast difference. i have a high opinion of the men and women who served in these tasks in the past. i know most of them personally. i do not think you can attribute inability to achieve a result to their individual or collective feelings. they are the product of the difficulty and what many regard the impact ability of the problems and issues -- the impractability of the problems and issues. the most obvious difficulties that lie ahead for both sides comes if they do not reach agreements. you have to remember that these leaders must weigh two things. the difficulties they face in getting the agreement and the difficulties they will face if they do not get an agreement. we believe it is a very powerful argument, a few subject these careful and reasoned analysis, the difficulties will be much greater and h
that time ran out. indeed, the authors of several of these books used exactly those words to describe it -- they ran out of time in the end. this president, i believe, will succeed. as he said yesrday, neither success failure is predetermined or guaranteed. but it will not be because time ran out at the end. that is a vast difference. i have a highpinion of the men and women who served in these tasks in the past. i know most of them personally. i do not think you can attribute inability to achieve a result to their individual or collective feelings. they are the product of the difficulty and what many regard the impact ability of the problems and issues -- the impractability of the problems and issues. the most obvious difficulties that lie ahe for both sides comes if they do not reach agreements. you have to remember that these leaders must weigh two things. the difficulties they face in getting the agreement and the difficulties they will face if they do not get an agreement. we believe it is a very powerful argument, a few subject these careful and reasoned analysis, the difficult
of instances time ran out. the authors of several books used exactly those words to describe the problem. this president will succeed. as he said yesterday, neither success nor failure is guaranteed, but it will not be because time ran out at the end. i have a high opinion of the men and women who served in these tasks in the past. i know most of them personally. i do not think you can't attribute inability to achieve a result to their individual efficacy. many regard the problems and issues to be intractable. we believe there are dynamic changes that occur. there are the more obvious difficulties that lie ahead for both sides if they don't reach agreements that may be even more obvious than they were 12 years ago. you have to remember that these leaders must evaluate did things -- the difficulties in getting agreement, and the difficulties if they do not. we believe it is a powerful argument that if you subject these to careful, reasoned, rational analysis to conclude that the latter difficulties if they do not get an agreement will be much greater, and have a more profound impact on th
for the next election in 2013. >>> and two suspected u.s. drone attacks in pakistan have killed 15 alleged militants. pakistani militants say officials hit serm hideouts in north waziristan. >>> and several authorities have arrested a long island man as part of their investigation into a failed bombing attack in times square in may. 44-year-old mohammad eunice is charged with funding a money transfer. they do not believe eunice was aware of the suspected intentions of bomber fizal shahzad. he also serve as a reporter--he was equally known for his expertise in the english language on the subject including a civil tongue, edwin newman was 91 years old. >> our deepest condolences to his family. kate, thanks very much. >>> he's disappointed in the democrats, but michael moore tells me he can't bear to think about the alternative. >> responsibility now to save the democrats from themselves. they clearly haven't been able to figure out how to do it. we cannot go back, god forbid to two years ago with the held that we just came out of. er late sisr that she would take care of her children.te sisr
's comparative expertise viewed in terms of the statute that gives them the authority. court and states. what's the key to that? i think the key to that is what we call federalism, but what is several parts to it. and the europeans now use the word sub sid areaity which captures those parts pretty well and i describe how that explains a lot of leeway we give to the states. court and past courts. court and past courts, it's called the word technically story disease us, that's what you were talking about before. i said judge, you have to remember you're to the going to always accept every past case but stability is important in law. >> rose: you pay your respects in this book to stare disease us-- diseaseus. >> court and past court no court and lower court you tend to think of it as hierarchical, i say don't, think of it as specialized roles. court and the president, where the president's not the administrator, he is protecting the security of the nation. very tough. court, we have human rights here, and hold the president accountable but beware because the president's in charge of security. an
including attempted use of a weapons of mass destructions. his defense lawyers have talked with prosecutors several times about a plea deal. >>> an attorney for an american woman held in iran says her family is appealing for authorities to drop their demand for a half million dollars bail. sarah shurd and two other americans have been in custody for a year. they were arrested while hiking along the iran/iraq border accused of illegally crossing the border and spying. dimes are issued against all three and iranian prosecutor said she could be released on health grounds after her $500,000 bail was paid. her family says it cannot afford that amount. >>> a plane carrying at least 47 people has crashed in venezuela. plane was on its way to the margarita islands at the time. it went down shortly after takeoff. officials say there are 23 survivors. at least 23 others have been taken to the hospital. rescue workers are still on the scene. the cause of the crash is still not known. >>> the trapped miners in chile are now being allowed to light up. to make their situation less stressful, rescuers are
of southern california and the director of the brain and creativity institute. he's also the author of several books including "descarte era and looking for spinoza." joseph ledoux. in the 1970s he revolutionized his field by showing emotions could be studied in animals. he's a university professor at new york university and director of the emotional brain labs at the nathan klein institute. he's also the author of the books "the emotional brain" and synaptic self." kerry ressler. he studies the genetics and neurobiology of post-traumatic stress disorder focusing on the interaction between genes and environment. he is a professor at emory university. david anderson. he studies the neural circuits that control fear and anxiety. he is a professor of neuroscience at cal tech and a howard hughes medical investigator. and once again, my co-host is dr. eric kandel. as you know by now, he's a nobel laureate and professor at columbia university and a howard hughes medical investigator. he is, as you know, the mastermind behind this program and once again i'm pleased to have him here at this table to t
asia. he has also been a policy analyst with the rand corporation. he is the author of several books. mike co-author sunil dasgupta worked with the indian express in india as the defense correspondent. akin to know him when he came to the u.s. on a fellowship from the ford foundation. he then stayed on to a ph.d. program at the university of illinois and eventually joined me at brookings as a colleague and went on to teach at georgetown and george washington university. his on the faculty at the university of maryland at baltimore county oreads the political science program at the university center in shady grove. since we began this book, there were many changes in indian policy, but nothing significant has changed. sitting on like $100 billion worth of defense purchases, waiting to see what is could happen. the book tries not to be too technical or specific along the indian rearmament policy. i will not try to summarize the book, but we came to at least three discoveries. first come in his new affluence has intensified the imprints of the question of india's rise as a military powe
of them. it is very clear that at least in a couple of instances that time ran out. the author of several of these books used those exact words, they ran out of time at the end. well, this president, i believe, will succeed. as he said yesterday, neither success nor failure is predetermine the guaranteed but it will not be because time ran out at the end. that is a vast difference. i have a high opinion of the men and women who serve in these tasks in the past. i know most of them personally. i do not think you can contribute to their individual and years. they have the difficulty and what many regard as the impact ability of the problems and issues. we believe that there are dynamic changes that occur. there are the more obvious difficulties that lie ahead for both sides. that name be even more obvious than they were five, eight, 12 years ago. you have to remember that these leaders must wait two things, the difficulties they face in getting an agreement and the difficulties they will face if they do not get an agreement. we believe it is a very powerful argument that you subject these t
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